UPCOMING &  ONGOING EVENTS:

Space for Kids. It’s Your Mo(nu)ment

Exhibition at Kunsthalle Karlsplatz, Vienna

1/10 2020 — 31/10 2020

 

Curators Wolfgang Brunner, Andrea Hubin, Michaela Schmidlechner, Michael Simku, Martin Walkner

 

The third edition of our exhibition series Space for Kids is dedicated to a very important and topical subject: Together with you, we want to make a hands-on exhibition about monuments. Get inspired by the works of artists Carla Bobadilla, Eduard Freudmann and Zsuzsi Flohr, Jakob Lena Knebl, Martin Krenn and the Pressure Group to Transform the Lueger Statue, Luiza Margan, or Margot Pilz, and think together with us about who has been honored with a monument in the past and who has been forgotten thus far.

Balast Palast @ Kunstverein Schattendorf

 

3.10.2020 at 15h

 

LOTTE LYON.LUIZA MARGAN.

ISA SCHMIDLEHNER.STEFAN REITERER.

KERSTIN VON GABAIN, DEJAN KALUDJEROVIC

CURATED BY: Goschka Gawlik and Siggi Hofer

SHUTTLE BUS: 14:00 Felberstrasse am Westbahnhof, gegenüber Hotel Mercure, Rückfahrt nach Wien: 18:00

( 10 Euro )

VISIT REGISTRATION : kunstverein@schattendorf.com

9th of July

 

Geliebtes Monster

Solo exhibition at Art Lab Gleis 1 /  Donumenta

Regensburg, Germany

 

 

 

8th of July

 

Borrowed Time

Exhibition in public space @ Fluc, Vienna

curated by Gülsen Bal and Walter Seidl

with Songül Boyraz, Nasan Tur, Christina Werner

 

 

 

 

 

28th of May - 3rd of June

 

Streaming Spectres

online screening organized by the Golden Pixel Cooperative-

Olena Newkryta und Lydia Nsiah

 With works of

Iris Blauensteiner, Mirjam Bromuñdt, Enar De Dios Rodríguez, Nathalie Koger, Mar Iza, Olena Newkryta, Lydia Nsiah, Simona #Obholzer, Christiana Perschon, Marlies Poeschl, #Hanna #Schimek, Viktoria Schmid, Miä Son, Katharina Swoboda & Kamen Stoyanov, Lisa Truttmann

 

Viewing link

 

 

May 2020

 

Gymnastics

a group exhibition @ acb Gallery, Budapest

with:

Ferenc Ficzek, Ferenc Gróf, Andrea Éva Győri, Károly Hopp-Halász, Tamás Komoróczky, Katalin Ladik, János Major, Luiza Margan, Erik Mátrai, Suzanne Mészöly, Lóránt Méhes Zuzu, Mladen Miljanović, Ráhel Monory, Gyula Pauer, Selma Selman, Substitute Thirsters, Endre Tót, Gyula Várnai

 

On view online: acb gallery

 

May 2020

 

Moving in Still Time

Presentation of the first collaboration with the artist Hristina Ivanoska (Skopje), as a contribution to the online symposium:

 

In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo

 

 

 

15.03.2020.

 

The spread of a crack is halted by a hole

 

Group exhibition presenting research related to the

Oude Kerk collection, Amsterdam

organised by Suns and Stars, Location Inspired Project Space

March 2020

 

Research project and a residency at

M4 Gastateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

 

23.01.2020.

 

Symbol

@ Austrian Cultural Forum, Budapest

with

Miklós Erchart, Marcell Eszterházy, András Fogarasi, Ferenc Gróf, Marlene Hausegger, Zsolt Keserue, Luiza Margan, Maruša Sagadin, Tibor Szemző

 

Curator: Zsolt Petranyi

13.12.2019. - 26.01.2020.

Petition

Group exhibition curated by Phillipe Batka

at Salzburger Kunstverein

 

with works by Johannes Gierlinger, Catherine Ludwig, Luiza Margan, Maria Morschitzky, Paul Spendier, Gabriele Sturm, Borjana Ventzislavova, Daniela Zeilinger, Matthias Krinzinger, Gabriele Sturm

12.10.2019.

Headquarters

Group exhibition curated by seeyounexthursday

 

Hauffgasse 12/9, 11th District, Vienna

15-19h

 

with works in a collaborative context by Iris Dittler / Nicolai Gütermann, Helmut Heiss / Christoph Harringer, Luiza Margan / Maya Santiago, Dino Zrnec / Nick Oberthaler

26.09.2019

ZONE 1

Solo presentation at viennacontemporary art fair

Curated by Fiona Liewher

Represented by Structura Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria

 

ZONE1 2019 sees itself as an international creative discourse platform, where young artists and their gallerists – each individually and together – can engage, discuss, and envision with the visitors. Because only those who see tomorrow in the today will move, will not worry!

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Contribution to the magazine

Arts of the Working Class issue Nr. 8

BEYOND THE METAPHISICS OF THE WEST

 

launch @ Steierischer Herbst 20 Sept 2019

 

Issue 8: 'BEYOND THE METAPHYSICS OF THE WEST’

Ausgabe 8 steht unter dem Titel „Beyond the Metaphysics of the West“ und beschäftigt sich mit alten und neuen Formen von Imperialismus, mit Fragen der strukturellen Armut und Europas ambivalente Rolle in deren globalen Zusammenhang.  Jede Grenze zieht eine Linie der Demarkation, die gleichermaßen ein- wie ausschließt: Sie definiert uns, den Raum des Vertrauten und der Solidarität, und den Anderen, den Raum des Fremden und der Indifferenz. In verschieden Beiträgen wollen wir diese Struktur kritisch hinterfragen und erörtern, ob es möglich ist eine politische Gemeinschaft zu etablieren, die die Mauer transzendiert.

Ein Extrablatt wird zusammen mit European Alternatives entwickelt. Letztere sind Veranstalter des transnationalen Kunst-, Kultur- und Politik Festivals TRANSEUROPA, das 2019 in Palermo unter dem Titel Beyond the Wall in Palermo stattfindet und sich auf den dreißigsten Jahrestags des Berliner Mauerfalls bezieht. Arts of the Working Class wird Open Office im auf dem Festival veranstalten, das den Teilnehmer ermöglicht, an der nächsten Ausgabe zu partizipieren.  Mit diesen Themensetzung werden wir unserer Gründungsidee folgen, Grenzen überwinden und Kunstvermittlung auf die Straße bringen.

 

Zeitrahmen: Ende September - Ende November 2019

Associate Editor: Avenir Institute / Bhavisha Panchia

Beitragende: Lorenzo Marsili, Daphne Büllesbach, Denis Maksimov, Timo Tuominen, Mirela Baciak, Miriam Cahn, Fred Dewey, Renata Carvetto & Lisette Lagnado, Lawrence Lek. Christoph Sehl, Clara Pacquet, Dalia Maini, Anna Ehrenstein, The Winter Office (Hugo Hooping, Gro Sarauw), Elisabeth Otto, Jeremy Deller, Cibelle Cavalli Bastos & Fette Sans, Jasmina Cibic, Andreas Siekmann, Alex Taek-Gwang Lee

Kollaborationen:  European Alternatives, Steirischer Herbst in Graz, Worlds of Homelessness Festival in Los Angeles.

16.09.2019.

Refreshing Memory

Group exhibition at Nova Gallery, Zagreb

Curated by Davorka Peric

 

Luiza Margan's video Monumnet Reflecting the City at

Rencontres Internationales

New cinema and contemporary art BERLIN

Video Library Section

 

AUGUST 20-25, 2019

 

All Natural

26.04.2019 Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

Curated by: Christina Penetsdorfer

Presented by Generali Foundation

With

Sylvie Fleury | Simone Forti | Heinz Frank | Adolf Frohner | Dan Graham / Robin Hurst | Hans Haacke | Alex Hay | Hans Hollein | Johanna Kandl | Gudrun Kampl | Ulrike Lienbacher | Angelika Loderer | Sissi Makovec | Luiza Margan | Roberto Matta | Gordon Matta-Clark | Marisa Merz | Marjetica Potrč | Florian Pumhösl | Annelies Senfter | Ingeborg Strobl | Rob Voerman | Lois Weinberger

Group exhibition

Engaging with Histories

March 13 to April 13 2019

@ Project Space Römerstrasse 2A

Stuttgart, Germany

March 12 / 8.00 pm / Theater Rampe / Stuttgart

 

Panel discussion with ANA FILIPOVIC, VERENA HARTBAUM, LUIZA MARGAN, KAIWAN MEHTA and NEUE DRINGLICHKEIT

11.4.2019

Big screens shatter easily

Group exhibition in

Oberösterreichischer Kunstverein

Linz, Austria

 

22th of March 2019 - 22 May 2019

Tailored Futures

Group exhibition

@ Technical Museum Nikola Tesla

Zagreb

 

Showing "Monument Reflecting the City" at

Rencontres Internationales

 

New cinema and contemporary art PARIS

MARCH 5-10, 2019

 

February - May 2019

Fellowship @ Schloss Solitude

Stuttgart_Germany

 

Kalt

19.01.- 09.02.2019.

Group exhibition @ Ve.Sch _Vienna

The Value of Freedom

Group exhibition @

21 Haus_Museum of Contemporary Art

Vienna_Austria

19.09.2018. - 06.02.2019

 

Catalogue for Der Wert der Freieheit_Museum of Contemporay Art _21 Haus_Vienna

 

© Luiza Margan 2020